Official tasks graduating students on solving societal problems
The Special Adviser to the President on Economic Matters, Dr. Adeyemi Dipeolu has urged graduating students of Lead City University (LSU), Ibadan focus on solving societal problems.Dipeolu also enjoined them to remain resolute and prepare for opportunities in the outside world.
Policies in place will phase out industry cabals, says Aide
Notwithstanding the slow impact of the economic policies put in place by this administration on average Nigerian, the Presidency has assured that their full take off would eliminate the incidence of industry cabals.
Government to tackle unemployment with technology, innovations
The Economic adviser to the President, Dr. Adeyemi Dipeolu, has said the Federal Government is committed to addressing the unemployment challenges in the country by focusing on technology and innovations. He also noted that the provision of enabling environment and policies to drive inclusive economic growth has helped to create more jobs. Dipeolu made this…
Presidency hails improvement in nation’s economy
The Presidency on Monday welcomed the new Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) as a clear indication of ongoing progress in the Nigerian economy.
Nigerians must feel impact of exiting recession, says Buhari
“Until coming out of recession translates into meaningful improvement in people’s lives, our work cannot be said to be done.’’With these words yesterday, President Muhammadu Buhari declared that despite the claim by the National Bureau of Statistics....
Nigerian economy maintains recovery path – Presidency
The Presidential Adviser on Economic Matters, Dr Adeyemi Dipeolu, has analysed the statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) saying it showed the economy maintained path to recovery.
Presidency says economy coming out of recession
The Presidency on Tuesday reacted to the review of the economy by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), saying the report indicated that the economy was coming out of recession.
FG projects better economic outlook for H2
After more than six months marked plunging revenue caused by attacks on oil pipelines in the Niger Delta and ballooning inflation, the Federal Government said on Wednesday said it was expecting a better second half of the year. The government's optimism is in spite of a forecast by the International Monetary Fund that the country's…
Economic growth over six per cent in 10 years, says Osinbajo
Nigeria is experiencing an annual average growth rate of over six percent in a decade, said Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. He disclosed this, yesterday, during the International Mining Investment Conference (IMICON 2016) in Abuja.